[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Magda Cebokli makes abstract paintings that are conceptual and process based. Issues of luminosity, the nature of edge, the movement between light and dark and the visualisation of uncertainty are the subject matter of her explorations.

In this analysis of visual experience, she works with small differences, simplified form, repetition and a restricted palette. She works in series, focusing on the development of an idea from one work to the next and is particularly concerned with abstraction in art and its relationship to abstraction in other disciplines.

Prior to becoming an artist, Cebokli worked in both the clinical and research areas of psychology. Her interest in inner process and scientific methodology connects her past career with her artistic practice.

Following studies in New York and Hong Kong, Cebokli completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a research Master of Arts in painting at RMIT. She exhibits regularly, working from her studio in Brunswick.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]